By Tolasa Shome and Qaabata Boru
Clowns Without Borders bring joy to Kakuma children (more…)
By Addisu Aznato – Kakuma
One day I asked my students in Intermediate English Language class if they had known the English word “beauty”, but they said they hadn’t. (more…)
At least 33 youths including volunteer staff of KANERE News turned up for a journalism workshop at Arrupe Learning Center. (more…)
The official ceremony and handing out of Diplomas was marked by delicious meals and entertainments at Arrupe Learning Centre in Kakuma (more…)
Lokitang Primary School in Kakuma Camp emerged best in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education in Turkana West (more…)
A confusing process of verification leads some scholarship candidates to worry for their futures. (more…)
On August 17th and 23rd twenty-eight refugees departed Kakuma for Canada, where they will pursue higher-education and a new life outside the refugee camp. (more…)
Amid hardship, refugees demonstrate the ability to achieve their goals in higher education. A graduation ceremony recently honored distance-learning students of UNISA and KISWCD with both diploma and degree certificates.
Guest Contribution by Cayce Pack, New York City, USA.
Six years of work in refugee resettlement and several semesters of human rights studies seemed as void as the blank pages in their books. The sun was violent in its afternoon heat and a crowd of adolescent faces perplexed in questions surrounded me…
Volume 1, Issue 5-6 / May-June 2009
25 refugees students who completed their secondary school education embrace unusual opportunity of joining Canada university each year.
Volume 1, Issue 4-5 / March-April 2009
Refugees call for efforts to save the only library in Kakuma Camp as the building threatens to collapse and librarians lose their job due to budget cuts.